An American newspaper acknowledges the failure of Blinken’s visit to the Middle East

An American newspaper acknowledges the failure of Blinken’s visit to the Middle East


An American newspaper acknowledges the failure of Blinkens visit to the Middle EastInformation/translation..
The American newspaper The Washington Times admitted, on Monday, that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s tour to Jordan, Iraq and Turkey failed and did not achieve any of its goals in Gaza, as the occupation entity intensified its aggressive raids on civilians.

The newspaper stated in a report translated by the “Al-Ma’louma” agency that “Blinken’s visit came after a hectic weekend of travel that took him from Israel to Jordan, the occupied West Bank, Cyprus and Iraq to rally support for the Biden administration’s proposal regarding “humanitarian truces” for a ceasefire at a time when “Israel continues its aggression against Palestinian civilians.”

He added, “Blinken expressed this disappointment by saying after the conclusion of his visit to Turkey: It seems clear that we do not agree on everything, but there are common views on some of the necessities of the moment we are in.”

He continued, “The US Secretary of State forgot the thousands of Palestinian victims as a result of the criminal Israeli aggression, focusing his speech only on what he called ‘hostages’ who fell into the hands of the Palestinian resistance, especially the Americans.”

The report explained, “The Turkish President refused to receive Blinken and did not meet with him. Outside the Turkish Foreign Ministry, dozens of demonstrators carried Turkish and Palestinian flags and raised anti-American slogans and banners against the Israeli occupation entity as Blinken’s meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan began.”

He continued, “The Turkish police dispersed a group of students who were walking towards the ministry, chanting, ‘You murderer Blinken, get out of Turkey!'” while protests continued in countries of the region, while pro-Palestinian demonstrators clashed with Turkish riot police outside the US-Turkish Incirlik military air base in the city. Southern Adana, police fired tear gas and water cannons when demonstrators tried to cross fields to enter the base.

The report indicated that “Blinken’s mission, his second in the region since the start of the war, did not find any support, while Israel rejected the idea of ​​stopping while the Arab and Islamic countries are instead demanding an immediate ceasefire with the high number of casualties among Palestinian civilians as a result of The aggressive Israeli bombing of Gaza.